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over eastern canada pulling ploice tour -- moisture down off the great lakes. and then the clouds start to come in approaching that storm. most of the day we will see that. seasonnably warm. 77-81. a tropical storm right now. as we get into the middle of the week, probably stay to the north of the caribbean islands. not the hurricane center forecast, just long-term models for bermuda and canada and maybe maine toward the end of the week or next weekend. so it looks like it will miss the easter seaboard the way things look now. you never know. our own forecast more near term here, by this evening, we begin to see more clouds and rain to the west. overnight, the rain sneaks in, and during the day tomorrow, on-again/off-again rain showers. we might get a few sun breaks by sunset. it is 7:25 or so. then on monday, there will be a little secondary front off to the northwest. it probably won't make rain. but it may increase the clouds late in the day. so seven-day forecast, 79 today, 76 tomorrow. a lot of sun, and a lot of clouds in our rain chance. partly cloudy. tuesday, wednesday, and thur
the company's imports from canada. the pipeline is a primary supplier of crude oil from western united states into the canada. they expect "significant impact" on oil producers and refiners. it rose 3% to $76.45 a barrel in new york trading. >> tom: politics can make investors nervous, but not tonight's "market monitor." robert drach is the publisher of the "drach weekly research report." and he's is back with here on "nightly business report." >> good to see you, tom. >> tom: ahead of the november elections, you say you're absolutely bullish about stocks. why is that? >> if there was any time you didn't have to worry about the market than elections, this is it. historically, if the legislative and executive branches offset, which looks like is going to happen. >> tom: different parties. >> yeah. they offset, it is invariably strong for stocks. one group with a lot of the political cronyism, and special if you have another things. >> tom: like what? >> the most accommodated fed in history, and the cash reserves are the largest in history. >> tom: in terms of the corporate cash -- >> right. yo
to our website wbaltv.com to see canada profiles and much more. the plan to burn the koran. >> we will take you to the first purple friday of what many will be a can miss season. >> why some pills smokeless tobacco is a bigger threat than cigarettes. >> watching their faces as they watched the videos. they thought that people had done bad things. >> nine years later. hall local high schoolers remember the worst attack ever on american soil. >> it will feel like all this weekend. we may get some much-needed rainfall. i will break down the forecast for you straight ahead. >> americans had no idea of the terror that was coming our way. if the september 10, 2001. in a matter of hours, our world would change forever. it stands that a moment that no one will forget. the lasting of images make it impossible. on the eve of the anniversary of 9/11, we went to a high school to ask students about what they remember. >> all we knew is that they brought everyone outside and told as we read going to go home early. >> i came to school in the morning and saw my teacher crying. she did not explain
of daniel or donald. they have an accent over the o. i was born in canada, but we went back to ireland and got green cards and came here. my sister siobahn plays my schizophrenic sister on the show. tavis: it is a family show. >> it was interesting for me because i take acting seriously but do not like to talk about it that way. i do not like to look indulgent. i have my thing i do, but do not prince around and talk about it much. the first time doing things with my sister -- i was so overcome with emotion i could not -- i could not get to scenes. this is kind of a thrilling thing when you are taken by something. it is artifice. you know how the scene starts and ends. when people always say, "i do not know where i went. it is so real," it is real in that it provoked a response when you watched it, but you knew where you were going. it was thrilling because there were moments where we really felt like we were flying, in a way. hopefully, if that resonated with us that way, all you can hope is people feel the same way when they watch it. tavis: apparently, they will. the critics like it.
rains. now, the system, in fact, extends up towards central canada, manitoba, saskatchewan, any cells could bring severe, isolated storms. the upper midwest into the lower midwest, hail, strong gusts, very -- lots of lightning and downpours quite heavy at times. east coast looking to dry out. towards the west, also quiet here. although there does seem to be rain moving into british columbia. here's a look at how temperatures are on friday. 14 degrees in winnipeg. chilly for you. 27 in denver. hot and muggy in houston. miami, 33. 23 in new york city. more autumnal there. last, let's head over to europe. western europe, looking nice. calm conditions here. also eastern europe, though really, really calm all week, things are going to change. i'll show you why. look at this cloud here. underneath itti a couple of strg systems. the pesky, low pressure system not moving too much. still bringing hard rain across parts of southern italy. now the storms are shifting their way in towards greece as well. and that stormy weather also affecting parts of austria, hungary, the western baltics. few sh
. and if it is september, it must be toronto, a hollywood a-lister heading to canada for the international film festival. >>> welcome to "bbc world news," broadcasting in the u.k. and around the world. the american pastor who drew international condemnation for planning to burn the car ran up on the anniversary of 9/11 has arrived in new york, where he is expected to meet the iman behind plans for a controversy a mosque near ground zero. pastor terry jones says it may still happen. >> the president was forced to spend a fair bit of a rare news conference making appeals for tolerance, saying that muslims were neighbors and friends. he can hardly not respond to the threats. the trouble is it looks like he is giving more publicity to a group that is on the fringe. pastor jones is the leader of a florida church with a congregation of about 50 people. he believes that islam is the work of the devil and he has turned to put 200 korans onto a bonfire, having the world dance to his tune. first, he said he would meet with the leaders of the ground zero mosque. now it appears that is not happening. >> we have not
canadians. yeah, i think there are problems here in canada, but the problem is, should the immigrant who's driving a cab, but has a degree in dtistry or law or health care, should they be able to use their skills fully. what's really interesting, over in vancouver, which have been atacting immigrants from asia over the past 20 years, when microsoft had to built a new laboratory said we can't get the skilled people in seattle, they put that lab in vancouver, because they could bring people from asia, from india, from eupe, get them the visas and work permit putting them t be work, jobs that should have been or could have been in seattle ended up in vancouver as a result of restrictions on immigrants in the u.s. it's not a good thing for the u.s. economy. >> there is a very emotional discussion going on in america, which may or may no be tied to this sentiment, but the growing sentiment about muslims in america. do you see evidence that that hurts us in any way? >> i think so. where there's prijudice, discrimination or backlash against any group, it chills the climate for immigrants to com
for the united states are being diverted to canada. this at a time when, as jim miklaszewski is telling us, there's been unconfirmed reports there's another hijacking. all takeoffs were stopped, but they were planes in the air, obviously, at the time of these first two attacks on the twin trade towers and then on the pentagon. >> andrea mitchell is standing by with more information. she was at the state department. andrea? >> reporter: the state department, as you know, has been evacuated. secretary of state colin powell is now en route on home from lima, peru. he did not get to his destination of bogota, colombia, today. so that trip canceled. he as all other officials heading back. state department officials and the white house officials and the nsc have been evac waited. conde rice was in the situation room. cia director george tenet has been holding meetings in his office in langley, virginia. as we reported earlier, key fbi team members from their rescue efforts and anti-coordinating terror team were stranded in monterey, california, where they were on a secret exercise, military exercise. >
diverted to canada. still no clailim of responsibity that ihis veriable or credible at this time. yasser arafat has condemned this attack saying it's shocking and appalling. >> of course, we should mention back in february of 1993 was when that bomb went off in the garage of the world trade center, killing six people, injuring 1,000 people. and that, of course, was an unbelievable scene. but compared to this, it seems actually-- >> this is what they intended to do back then. >> -- minor. let's go to bob haeger who has information for us. bob? >> reporter: katie, i was just thinking as you commented there about the various planes involved. the one that we know of so far, because it's confirmed by american airlines, is that that flight 11 which had been scheduled from boston's logan airport to los angeles,that flight 11 was hijacked this morning. and it is presumed that that may thatbeen one of the planes went into one of the towers of the world trade center. there were at least two more planes involved in this because the other tower was hit. and then the pentagon was also there were eyew
scale satellite picture. the whole thing going on. the storm system up over eastern canada, maritime provinces are providing a west-northwest flow of air over us, keem keeping temperatures a little below average. we have seen this cloudiness drop up. we have a new front coming in. the front moving in. a complex system. the high pressure over us will be sliding over the east allowing for the clouds and rain to eventually get here. so our forecast today a mix of sun and then clouds moving in later on this afternoon and this evening. seasonnably warm. up near 80 degrees or so. it depends on how quickly clouds come in. southeast winds eventually at 5 to 10 miles per hour. we have tropical storm igor out to the atlantic. we are also watching a disturbance that moved into the caribbean now for potential development. our own forecast, we look at that rain moving into the area, across the day during the day sunday. we may see sun breaks if things move quickly enough, and then we have had it dry out on monday a little bit, but it looks like a little secondary appearance. so our forecast calls
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in the street -- or is it. this is part o a traffic safety mpaign in canada designed to make drivers slow down at high risk intersections. get a good look at that. it's a decal on the pavement that creates a 3-d illusion. reaction is mixed. some people worry it may cause drivers to swerve and hit something else or be immune to the image and hit an actual child in the roadway. interesting nonetheless. remember rodney king? the man whose 1992 beating at the hands of los angeles police got nationwide attention? he's marrying a jury against the civil trial against the city. cindy kelly wasn the jury when king successfully sued the city twos years after he was beaten. the jury awarded king $3.8 million. the two reportedly met for pizza shortly after the trial, but only got together a few months ago. >>> there's still no memorial or taseum at ground zero nine years after the attack, but gary marlin susan is tired of waiting. he washe official photographer for the new york firefighters' union in the recovery effort. he pulled together images and artifacts to create his own tribute. and cnn producer d
and volunteers. relief is coming in from as far as canada. as san bruno officials saithe are trying to ensure vacantes get what they need. >> diapers, bags. >> reporter: cars and trucking crawled past the veteran's memorial center today with gifts for survivors of the explosion. >> the idea that it could happen anywhere. that's what is scary. like a bomb going off and you don't expect that. >> reporter: corporate and individual donators dropped off hundreds of bags of clothing, baby items, food and water. some had an up close view. >> it happened right by my church. we saw the whole thing. terrible. >> live act four blocks frommer where is happened. it was scary because we saw the fire -- it was overwhelming. >> reporter: it was the first test of the disaster relief trailer designed to feed hundreds on short notice. >> we just got this trailer tonight and the whole purpose was to provide community service in the event of something like this. >> reporter: in the gym private and local agencies offered financial and social services for evacuees. >> had the day off. i was going to do grocer
directlya from allen town, pennsylvania to toronto, ontario, canada, when it hit a railroad bridge near syracuse, new york, and then flipped over on its side. the local sheriff's department says the bus was apparently too tall to make it under the low bridge. some of those injured people are apparently in critical conditio as well. crews in colorado believe they have stopped a wildfire near bouldefrom spreading. that fire has destroyemed 169 hos and torched ten square miles of canyons. 1,000 firefighters from 20 states converged to battle this fire. authorities have not determined what sparked it but they think it was human caused. many residents are still waiting for the go ahead to return to their homes. o >>> as we continue our coverage of the 9/11 commemorations we'll take you to shanksville, pennsylvania for the first lady's emotional remarks. we'll also go to afghanistan to see hw u.s. troops are marking this somber anniversary. stay with us. you're watching msnbc saturday. the most powerful half-ton crew in america has a powertrain backed for 100,000 miles. chevy silverado half-t
killed on 9/11, 24 from canada, around 41 from india, 24 japan, 5 israelis, 10 italians. when you think 41 indians, but when you read each profile of every single person who died and you hear about this young man who was killed on 9/11 and his wife who committed suicide shortly afterwards, or you read about a japanese father who was so bereaved by his son's death that he's written "ode to the souls of 9/11" beautiful poetry. it becomes numbers until you look at the actualnd individual. because britain has the largest number opeople they actually have a garden in manhattan that's called the british garden at tenover square. that's their memorial site. earlier this year in july the queen was here and officially opened this garden. they have a fence in the garden and they have finials, 67 finials which are orbs on the op of poles in the shape of the symbol of the united kingdom. and they're goldplated. the 67 represent the 67 british subjects that were killed and there will be a ceremony there today. >> we talk about how the rest of the world might be looking at it. i think we're seeing v
europe were diverted to canada. once an airliner starts out over the pond with a point of no return, there had to be some complications. was there anything that turned out to be a problem? i know it was not simple. was the remedy to divert as many of those to canada as you could? did you turn some back? were there any glitches in that or someone got close to running out of fuel on the way across the land? >> those routes across the land in in the ocean are structured. they are required to have a certain amount of fuel in the event of emergency. they would have either gone back to europe or we have greenland, iceland, and the canadian provinces all the way down. i was not concerned about an aircraft getting to a place to land at all. i knew that our procedures in setting of the north atlantic tracks in this case provide for that contingency. >> the town of gander in newfoundland, there is an interesting story on that. they have 5000 people. 10,000 people landed that day on 9/11. [laughter] the town doubled in size. the people in gander to all of these people into their houses. it was
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